Free that space before macOS has to purge it for you. Using housekeeping, moving Documents and media libraries, but not relocating Home folders.
Save space on your storage and backups by removing all copies. But does it work if they’re APFS clone files? And does that housekeeping utility detect clones for you?
It’s time to do some spring-cleaning. How to clear out some of those thousands of old preference files without losing anything important. And here’s how to do it using Shortcuts too.
Track down all those duplicated files, and you could save yourself loads of disk space. Rather, you used to be able to. Why this doesn’t work so well now.
Five years ago, MacKeeper was widely regarded as a Probably Unwanted Program. How has it changed now that it has been notarized by Apple? Is it safe?
It’s worth refreshing all your Finder Aliases before copying or cloning a volume to update their link info. Here’s a free tool to do that and more: Alifix.
Another worthless piece of “security theatre” about bundle signatures. I wouldn’t bother reading it, or downloading the new version of Signet.
The greatest skill in memory is not the remembering, but knowing what to forget – something that macOS is useless at. Why doesn’t it clear out its old crud?
How can I rid my Mac of CleanMyMac and Reduce The Lag, which my logs say are still hanging around?
How can I clean up my Documents folder?